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(p. iii) The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature

(p. iv) The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature

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  • The Oxford handbook of Canadian literature / edited by Cynthia Sugars.
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  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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  • 1. Canadian literature. 2. Authors, Canadian. 3. Canada—In literature. 4. Canadian literature—History
  • and criticism. 5. National characteristics, Canadian. I. Sugars, Cynthia Conchita, 1963– editor.
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